Well, this is something I've been debating on doing for a very long time...blogging about Bigfoot. A transplant from Mississippi to East Tennessee back in 2010, I have a few family and friends back home that are interested in keeping up with a certain type of research and a lifestyle that has become more than just a hobby or fascination. It seems to be something that's waiting to be discovered not only out there beyond the next mountain, but somewhere in me. Where this journey of learning and discovery is leading I am completely unsure, but the purpose of this blog is to open a window to the pathways I've traveled down over the past 6 years and beyond. Things I've experienced, learned and come to light about thanks to support from family, friends, fellow researchers and countless hours in the forest of and around the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in East TN.
First and foremost this blog is about my personal experiences and what I feel I've learned about what the world calls Bigfoot or Sasquatch. I have but only three years of past research, photos, video and audio that I plan on using to update this blog on a regular basis. I think about that a lot... only three short years. Yet so much has happened during that time frame. I also intend on posting updated information to allow the readers of this blog to "follow along" with me on my present researching. What I learn and discover I want to make available to anyone with an open mind. Any statements or post are not intended to persuade or force my beliefs on the reader, but are only there for you to make up your own mind and come to your own conclusion. Any post I have here is open for discussion and I welcome any comments, agreements or disagreements. Any disrespectful, obscene or inappropriate post will be deleted as the main purpose of this blog is to keep my family and friends updated of my daily journey.
There is such an uncharted world out there once we step outside the box and leave our safety & comfort zones. Wow, that's something I just can't stress enough...it's an uncharted world indeed.